Breck School students participated in their largest food donation drive of the year throughout the week of Halloween, collecting more than 11,000 lbs of non-perishable food items for local non-profits.
Catch up on the latest news from Breck students, faculty, and alumni.
Michal Sagar, Breck's Visual Arts Department Head, will debut her newest exhibit, A Fertile Emptiness, at the Form+Content Gallery beginning December 1.
The American Elections course has created three websites covering both the Minnesota and national races.
Upper School English Instructor Trevor Thornton's short story was recently published in the Santa Fe Literary Review.
Nine Breck seniors earned the recognition as commended students in the 2019 National Merit Program.
After receiving a summer grant to document the U.S.-Canada border, Upper School English Instructor Dallas Crow will premier his newest photography exhibit, The Other Border.
Five Breck seniors were named National Merit Semifinalists in this year's competition. Congratulations to Jacob Johnson, Lucia Miller, Thomas Peterson, Samuel Putnam, and Lana Trautman!
The Breck Alumni Association will welcome four new members to the Athletic Hall of Fame during a ceremony as part of Homecoming week on September 20.
Malcolm Yearby '20 was selected to be a member of the inaugural International Congress of Youth Voices. After being nominated by a Breck faculty member, he was selected for his commitment to leadership and social justice and passion and eloquence as a writer.
Enjoy photos from our first day of school on August 27, 2018!
Performing Arts Instructor David Birrow receives the Slam Academy Innovation in Music Education award.
The beginning of the school year not only included the return of students to campus but also welcoming new faculty and staff to our community.
Following their six shows at the Minnesota State Fair, Bato Bato!, Breck's Upper School Marimba ensemble, is scheduled to perform at the Prairie Burn Music Festival in Hudson, WI on Sept 15.
Breck welcomed students back to campus August 27 to begin the 2018-2019 school year.
Members of the Golden Valley Police Department met with all Breck staff during this morning's all-school training.
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As skilled educators, Breck faculty understand that students learn best when discrete skills, socio-emotional or otherwise, are applied to varied contexts in developmentally appropriate ways from preschool through 12th grade.
Being an Episcopal School offers yet another opportunity for students to engage in their development of identity and empowerment of voice. Throughout the Preschool through 12th grade experience, Religion class and Chapel provide spaces where students discern their own beliefs and how those beliefs relate to others.
Our Community Engagement program is set up to meet each student where they are and allows them to develop these skill at their own pace. Success looks and feels different to each student.
“Students’ Physical and Emotional Growth are Important in the Pursuit of Potential.” This is taken from the values section of Breck’s mission statement. We know that being intentional about social emotional well-being supports academic health and achievement. How this looks in school will be somewhat different depending on your child’s age.
Are schools that are rich in history and tradition also known as traditional schools? Head of School Dr. Natalia R. Hernández shares this question in her series, On My Mind.
Everyone was talking about last week's 29-29 tie between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers. But when it comes to two Middle Schoolers, the nature of their post-game conversation was reflective of the environment we strive to provide our students.
From first-grade/senior buddies to biddies, these Breck traditions are intentionally lived out and reflect the transformative and futures-oriented environment of Breck.
Last week marked our students' first visit to their community partnership sites. While there, students engage in important work, which is a key element in forming the culture of Breck.